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aftermarket g-50 cross shaft

Received my new upgraded clutch fork and aftermarket non drill clutch cross shaft kits.
The new clutch fork came w/ nylon bushings installed, are these to be replaced with the brass/bronze ones in the cross shaft kit ??

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yes. use a vise to squeeze them in. then you may have to do a little filing or sanding to get the shaft to fit without binding. doesn't take much.
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